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A little progress

Wednesday, April 27, 2016 We were able to go to the fields with the planters Monday afternoon and Tuesday.  We made some progress with planting until another rain event Tuesday evening.  Here are some pictures of that progress. This is … Continue reading

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White Flag

Saturday, July 18, 2015 We surrender. After checking at Huey this morning, I determined that we could replant a few acres there– the areas where the heavy rain killed the soybeans.  10.9 acres.  In other areas of Huey Flat, you … Continue reading

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It was predictable…

Thursday, May 28, 2015 It is a hot day, 86F (30C). Yesterday, as John was performing  post-emerge herbicide applications, he discovered areas where there is not a “good stand” of soybeans.  These were areas of the Waldo, Steen Hill, Steimel, … Continue reading

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New soybean planter arrives

Tuesday, March 12, 2013 The new soybean planter-air drill arrived last week.  It has impressed me with its size.  This new one has a lot more iron in it.  The old drill weighed in at about 19000 pounds, but this … Continue reading

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After a short, but good trip

Friday, March 1, 2013 Pat and I returned yesterday from a few days in North Dakota.  Yes, North Dakota!  (or should I say ‘Yaaaaah, Nort Dakoda’?)  It was our first time to visit the state, and the visit allows us … Continue reading

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